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Dec 2, 2012 10:00pm PST
-- santa rosa down to 44. a lot of rainfall, officially the air report received 4.0 inches. that's a lot, and it's actually more than we typically get in an entire average december. so a month's worth of wintertime rainfall we just received in the past five days but we are crystal clear. we'd like to stay that way until more rain moves from the north and it will be far less. it's not really round four, it's just rain. >> fair field, 45, free mont 46. red wood city, 46. the warm spot will be san francisco own dropping to 56 degrees. >> storm track is still somewhat what active but unlike the past couple time it's not aimed at us. the other thing i want to point out, the stuff to the west is being kicked to the north. it's going to move to western oregon and washington. in this case it's not going to keep it entirely away from us but it will make the next weather system that moves in of -- more of a glancing below. >> tuesday night into wednesday, we're still going to get some rainfall but not the heavy stuff. most of the rain stays to the north. we'll get some maybe in the north bay
Dec 9, 2012 10:00pm PST
70s in santa rosa and in napa, 57 degrees. 57 degrees in san jose and 5 degrees above average for this time of the year. the beautiful lights, where currently the air temperature tumbled down to 57 degrees. another chilly night with the cool air mass in place and the clear skies. overnight 39 in santa rosa. mid-30 expz throughout fairfield, into the delta, 43 in mountain view. pretty similar conditions around the santa clara valley. 78 degrees in the tri-city. and warmer at the city by the bay. area of the high pressure is providing plenty of rainfall and throughout the pacific northwest. this is the guy who is producing the offshore flow. so we had the sunshine in our inland areas, we certainly have it back to the coast as well. so now watch this. this is where it gets interesting. this is your morning commute tomorrow. you notice we have the dense fog in the metro valley. but take a look at your tuesday morning commute. what do you see? nothing. nothing, but clear skies. but wait, there you have it. the area of low pressure pushes on through, producing a lot of rainfall for the
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